Perry Busby pens an election-related column for The Westside Gazette in Fort Lauderdale. He also works with Citizens Audit of Broward, which used a free "Actual Vote" app created by Democracy Counts to audit the March 17 presidential primary in Broward County.
Initial data turned up possible discrepancies when the "Actual Vote" results captured from poll tapes at polling stations sometimes differed with results election officials announced to the press and public.
So Citizens Audit started working with the Broward Supervisor of Elections to better understand the possibly conflicting information.
In a column published on June 11, Busby reveals that a vendor providing services for the Supervisor of Elections has denied election officials access to some of its election-related information.
Read the link. This article raises important questions.